Lady cuervo 200520988 Basic 2 2007-2


My restaurant has four levels typical of a department each; is located in the area of the city of t bogota and esat work team composed of 20 cooks 15 waiters and an economic manager.

The vision of this restaurant is to satisfy the palate of the customers who visit our restaurants. Feature funfamental is cooking food typical of our country, placing emphasis on typical meals and recalling the food traditions of each department. We now have different types of dishes, which are very cheap and very delicious.

Most imporatnte in our restaurant is that customers always come out with the need to return to our site and try new dishes, which can keep in your mind the taste of the best meals and understand that Colombia has the best food in the world.


  • Ajiaco

  • Rice to the Valencian

  • Rice atollado with clams

  • Chinese Rice

  • Tray Paisa

  • Bistec a Horse
  • Hot Pot
  • Filleting Pesacado Frito
  • Fricasé chicken
  • Frito Liver
  • Stir-fried chicken livers
  • Lasagne
  • Speaking in red sauce
  • Lomo pork in green tomato sauce
    Mold dried fish
    Mold delicious chicken in the oven

  • Boy to orange
    Muslitos chicken sabanero
    Biscuits calf
    Breast barbecue
    Pernil pork
  • Fish with mushrooms
  • Chicken lemon and honey
    Pout bogotano
    Rollitos veal "cordon bleu"

  • Roll sobrebarriga with beer
    Sancocho fish
  • Sancocho of Gallina
  • Trout meuniere
    Sobrebarriga with Beer

  • Meat apples
  • Cazuela seafood

  • Center hip to the beer

  • Pork bittersweet

  • Chili con carne

  • Chuletas pork with apple
  • Chuletas of beef with blackberry sauce

  • Cooked pork in the oven

  • Cooked fast meatballs

  • Escalopes chicken in sauce maracuyá

  • Spaghetti with chicken in the oven





Total English - Pre intermediate - page 43


1. Complete these sentences with comparatives. Use the adjectives in the box.
-----> quiet - bad - exciting - old - far - happy.

1. Her CV says she is only twenty - three years old. I thought she was older.
2. This cafe is very noisy. Can we go somewhere quieter?
3. That film sounds really boring. Murder city sonunds more exciting.
4. My job is quite good. It could be a lot worse.
5. You seem Happier today - you looked quite sad yesterday.
6. The house was farter from the station than I thought.

3. Complete these sentences with superlatives. Use the adjetives in the box.

1. This jacket cost $350. It was more expensive one in the shop.
2. August is usually the hottest month in th UK. The temperature goes up to around 24°C.
3. Sam is the tallest boy in the class. He is nearly two metres tall.
4. Tis is the Fastest car I' ve ever had. It goes from 0 - 100 kilometres per hour in seven seconds.
5. Michael is the more friendly man I' ve ever met. He loves to meet new people.

4. Complete the sentences using one of + a superlative + in/of.

1. It was vwry hot day. It was one of the hottest in the year.
2. Susie's a very good swimmer. She's one of the best swimmer in Scotland.
3. Harry's an intelligent boy. He´s one of the most intelligent is school.
4. It´s a very old house. It´s one of the oldest house in the town.
5. It was a bad shock. It was one of the worst in my life.
6. Marcos is a really brave soldier. He's one of the bravest in the army.

5. Add a word each sentence to take it correct.

1. Do you know why he isn't home yet?
2. Do you know If can I pay by credit card?
3. Can you tell me were I can find a garage?
4. Can you tell me whose car this is, please?
5. Do you know what time the next train for the Manchester leaves?

6. Ask about the following things using DO YOU KNOW...? or CAN YOU TELL ME...?

1. Do you where find where cheap hotel?
2. Can you tell me internet cafe where ir near here?
3. Do you Know how much taxi to the airport?

7. complete the sentences using the words or phrases below. There are four extra words.

-----> intelligent - reliable - brave - challenge - achieve my goal - skills - torch - tent - scissors - shelter.

1. John likes to have a new challenge to stop him getting bored.
2. Oh no! My torch isn't working. Iforgot to get new batteries.
3. My car is very reliabe. It never breaks down.
4. I´d like to achieve my goal of cycling across Germany by the end of next year.
5. Have you got any scissors? I want to cut this string.
6. What are the main skills that you need to survive in the desert?

Total English - Pre intermediate - page 44


He was Born in November 1946 in Ataco (Tolima, Colombia), Manuel Elkin Patarroyo Murillo is the author of the first synthetic vaccine created in the world for the prevention of malaria and recognized by the World Health Organization (WHO), the agency that gave the patent.

This vaccine has already been successfully tested in more than 40,000 people in areas suffering from the disease as an epidemic (Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Brazil and more recently in a number of African countries).

Malaria is a tropical disease that kills annually between 3 and 5 million people, causing between 300 and 500 million clinical cases in the world.

The vaccine Patarroyo acts against one of the most virulent forms of this disease (scientifically known as SPf66), and has been shown to be effective for between 40 and 66 percent of adults in 77 percent of children under five years .

In addition, Dr. Patarroyo has been for the past twenty years a prominent researcher of other diseases and the possibility of obtaining new synthetic vaccines (something that Scientific did not expect to achieve by the year 2025).

Doctor of Medicine and Surgery at the National University of Colombia, extended his studies in Immunology and Virology in the United States. Creator, en 1984, He was a Director of the institute Hospital San Juan de Dios in Bogotá
Now He is a teacher in Nacional University and teacher in the Rockefeller University de Nueva York and Estocolmo University (Suecia).
Despite offers to work in research centers around the world, decided to settle in his country, Colombia, working with a small interdisciplinary team, and with too few resources to reach articulate a large research group.

The school where he led currently working near 160 investigadores- has trained several hundred scientists. Lecturer in more than half a million international symposia and in a number of symposia and congresses is the author of nearly two hundred scientific publications.

Patarroyo has been awarded a National Science for the Third World (1990), the Robert Koch Prize of the Foundation of the same name (Germany, 1994) and Leon Bernard (WHO, 1995), among others. It honorary doctorate by several universities, including the Complutense de Madrid, the Laguna in Tenerife and the National University of Athens.
Since 1991 is a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Sciences, Physical and Natural Madrid and since 1996 Academic Honor from the Royal Academy of Medicine and Surgery in Galicia.



Name and Last name: Lady Johanna Cuervo Vega.
Date of birth: 7 of July on 1987
Civil State: Single.
Movil phone: 313 - 42017xx

School Degree: La Enseñanza School with Emphasis in sciences and mathematics. Bogotá. 2004
University: Sabana University - Medicine.

During the course of my life I have travelled for all my country Colombia and have known different cultures I have known cities as Cartagena, Holy Martha, Rioacha, Bucaramanga, Armenia, Pereira, Medellin, Baranquilla, San Andres and Providenvia, Cali, Cucuta between others.

My parents are Ligia Vega and Antono Cuervo, they are owners of Toyocars Ltda,it is take care of Bogota. At this moment I am Studying in the Sabana University in Bogota, Colombia. I am developing the program of Medicine and I want to specialize when I will be gradue of doctor in Pediatrics.



National name: República Argentina.
President: Néstor Kirchner (2003 - 2007)
Land area: 1,056,636 sq mi (2,736,690 sq km);
total area: 1,068,296 sq mi (2,766,890 sq km)
Population (2007 est.): 40,301,927 (growth rate: 0.9%);
birth rate: 16.5/1000; infant mortality rate: 14.3/1000;
life expectancy: 76.3;
density per sq mi: 38 Capital and largest city (2003 est.):
Buenos Aires, 13,349,000 (metro. area), 2,768,772 (city proper)
Other large cities: Córdoba, 1,486,200; Rosario, 1,276,900; Mendoza, 988,600; Mar del Plata, 683,700
Monetary unit: Peso
Languages: Spanish (official), English, Italian, German, French
Ethnicity/ race: white (mostly Spanish and Italian) 97%; mestizo, Amerindian, other 3%
Religions: Roman Catholic 92%, Protestant 2%, Jewish 2%, other 4%
Literacy rate: 96.2% (1995 est.)
Economic summary: GDP/PPP (2005 est.): $542.8 billion;
per capita $13,700. Real growth rate: 8.7%.
Inflation: 12.3%. Unemployment: 11.1%. Arable land: 10.03%.
Agriculture: sunflower seeds, lemons, soybeans, grapes, corn, tobacco, peanuts, tea, wheat; livestock.
Labor force: 15.34 million; agriculture n.a., industry n.a., services n.a.

Industries: food processing, motor vehicles, consumer durables, textiles, chemicals and petrochemicals, printing, metallurgy, steel.
Natural resources: fertile plains of the pampas, lead, zinc, tin, copper, iron ore, manganese, petroleum, uranium.
Exports: $40 billion f.o.b. (2005 est.): edible oils, fuels and energy, cereals, feed, motor vehicles. Imports: $28.8 billion f.o.b. (2005 est.): machinery and equipment, motor vehicles, chemicals, metal manufactures, plastics.
Major trading partners: Brazil, Chile, U.S., China, Spain, Germany (2004).

Communications: Telephones: main lines in use 8.7 million (2004); mobile cellular: 13,512,400 (2004). Radio broadcast stations: AM 260 (including 10 inactive stations), FM n.a. (probably more than 1,000, mostly unlicensed), shortwave 6 (1998). Television broadcast stations: 42 (plus 444 repeaters) (1997). Internet hosts: 1,233,175 (2005). Internet users: 10 million (2005).

Railways: total: 34,091 km (167 km electrified) (2004).
Highways: total: 229,144 km; paved: 68,809 km (including 734 km of expressways);
unpaved: 160,335 km (2004). Waterways: 11,000 km (2005).
Ports and harbors: Bahia Blanca, Buenos Aires, Concepcion del Uruguay, La Plata, Punta Colorada, Rosario, San Lorenzo-San Martin, San Nicolas.
Airports: 1,334 (2004 est.).

International disputes:
Argentina continues to assert its claims to the UK-administered Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas) and South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands in its constitution, forcibly occupying the Falklands in 1982, but in 1995 agreed no longer to seek settlement by force; territorial claim in Antarctica partially overlaps UK and Chilean claims (see Antarctic disputes); unruly region at convergence of Argentina-Brazil-Paraguay borders is locus of money laundering, smuggling, arms and illegal narcotics trafficking, and fundraising for extremist organizations; uncontested dispute between Brazil and Uruguay over Braziliera Island in the Quarai/Cuareim River leaves the tripoint with Argentina in question.

Second in South America only to Brazil in size and population, Argentina is a plain, rising from the Atlantic to the Chilean border and the towering Andes peaks. Aconcagua (22,834 ft, 6,960 m) is the highest peak in the world outside Asia. Argentina is also bordered by Bolivia and Paraguay on the north, and by Uruguay and Brazil on the east. The northern area is the swampy and partly wooded Gran Chaco, bordering on Bolivia and Paraguay. South of that are the rolling, fertile Pampas, which are rich in agriculture and sheep- and cattle-grazing and support most of the population. Next southward is Patagonia, a region of cool, arid steppes with some wooded and fertile sections.